La Triennale from the Terrace
After restoring the panoramic terrace above the main hall to the form of Giovanni Muzio’s original design, the Triennale di Milano is offering visitors a new dimension of quality dining provided by chef Stefano Cerveni.
The exhibitions by Milan Triennale have always been a synthesis of design and architectural experimentation; on such occasions Parco Sempione was turned into a theatrical stage for the new myths of urban living and the Palazzo dell’Arte became a marvellous device of cultural promotion.
The project reinterprets the tradition of the Triennale conceiving the restaurant on the rooftop as a transparent glass pavilion, suspended above Parco Sempione and the skyline of Milano and Castello Sforzesco.
Climbing up to the terrace of the Palazzo dell’Arte, visitors are greeted by a garden of aromatic herbs, behind which rises the glazed pavilion of the restaurant, set back from the portals in the historic façade. The pavilion, which can be opened completely all the way around its perimeter, is characterized by a light modular structure of stainless steel that allows easy and rapid assembly, combining industrial technologies with craft skills. The design of the structure itself echoes the geometry of the spans of Muzio’s historic building.
A large mobile curtain of 400 square meters floats above the glass roof. Opening completely to one side, it allows the pavilion to function as a bioclimatic self-thermo-regulating greenhouse that can be used in different ways in the day/night-time and permits guests to dine in the shade at lunchtime or under the stars in the evening.
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